AHIP October 15, 2021
Jamie Carracher

Sens. Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ) and Tim Scott (R-SC) lead the initiative to protect 27 million Americans from harmful cuts to their health care

Washington, D.C.  – Nearly 27 million seniors and people with disabilities choose Medicare Advantage (MA) because it delivers better services, better access to care, and better value – and their coverage and care should be protected. That was the key message, as a bipartisan group of 13 Senators came forward in a letter to voice their support for MA and underscore their commitment to protecting it from harmful cuts.

“For years, Medicare Advantage has enjoyed strong bipartisan support because it is a prime example of the government and private market working together to deliver lower costs, more...

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